Corona RS 7265D Razor Tooth Folding Pruning Saw, 10-Inch Curved Blade

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Corona Saw Review

Corona RS 7265D Razor Tooth Folding Pruning Saw is a razor tooth pruning saw blasts through small and medium branches with ease. Use Corona pruning saws for faster, cleaner, smoother, easier cutting of either green or hard, dead, and frozen limbs. Each whetstone-ground razor tooth is sharpened with 3 angles for a blade that cuts twice as fast as conventional saws.

What matters most with a saw is the blade. In this case, the Corona Razor Tooth Folding Saw – 10 in excels with hardened aggressive teeth and a curved profile.  Folding and unfolding the saw was simple with the press of button at the top of the saw. Moving the blade was smooth. Unfolded, the saw felt solid and locked in place.  Excellent for campsite use!

The Corona Razor Tooth Folding Saw – 10 in is a folding saw designed for pruning small to medium branches.

  • Features a safety locking switch for the folded and unfolded position
  • 3-Sided razor teeth for efficient cutting, 10” blade
  • Impulse-hardened teeth for long service life
  • Curved-blade design for faster cutting
  • Replaceable, curved, taper-ground folding blade
  • Ergonomically designed, comfortable, co-molded handle

According to informal research on various arborist forums, this is the number two favorite folding saw. It is only bested by Japanese Silky folding saws and often compared with the Bahco Laplander.

Initial impressions of the Corona Razor tooth folding saw blade were good. The teeth are hardened and the blade is curved for more efficient cutting. The curve design reduces friction and pinching of the branch onto the blade. The blade length from end tooth to end tooth was 10 inches, and even longer if measured along the arc. In theory, this could reasonably cut logs up to 6” in diameter.

Saw teeth were sharp, aggressive, and fairly large. Corona Razor saw profile was designed to cut on the pull stroke.  The ergonomic curves were comfortable and ideal for cutting. In addition, the bright red color stands out nicely on the ground and amongst foliage.  Overall length of the folded saw was 12”.

Corona Razor tooth pruning saw blades are user replaceable via a single screw. Corona replacement blades cost around $13-$14.

Customer Reviews

Workhorse to root cutter

 on July 6, 2017
By Aaron Hope
I’ve had this thing for 17 months and used for everything from camping, and general hand saw work at home on normal lumber. I did not treat it well, but it held. The only thing that I would change is the center nut that holds the blade on came lose and went missing, so I had to replace it (easy). I also installed the new one with a superglue backing so I can’t lose the new one.

blade thickness 1.15mm thick.

 on November 25, 2017
By Flip Phone 808
Plenty well-regarded so I’ll just add that on one I have is about 1.15mm thick vs the Tabor which is 0.98 mm thick, and the Sierra Saw which is 0.86 mm thick. This should help it not flex so much on the push stroke when it binds. The locking handle is a really nice feature, you can take it out, use it, and put it back easily, don’t even have to make a sheath for it. If it’s too pricey at $20 or too bulky, Tabor now has a locking handle model for $14, looks promising. I edited my review b/c I realized I wrote “inches” even though I measured in mm (habit, I guess, but yikes!). I just checked again and the one I currently have is about 1.15mm thick. I measured my tram machete as about 1.95 mm, so I’m reading the mic right. The one I bought previously, I wrote 1.33mm as the measurement, not sure if measurement error or different samples slight variation.

For what it is, this is a great bargain.

One person found this helpful.
 on May 23, 2017
By SonnyK
initially started out with this folding saw to cut small branches. Don’t get me wrong, this is an awesome tool at $10 when I bought it. However, I needed a larger saw with larger cutting capacity. Ever since I purchased a Corona raker saw it has been my go to saw. This saw is ergonomically shaped and is comfortable to use.

Sharp saw

2 people found this helpful.
 on November 18, 2015
By Andrew C. Kesterson
Really gets the job done. Scary sharp blade, works great on hard and softwood trees. I’ve used it to cut small trees up to 4 to 5 inches down and it works really well. Even my battery powered sawzall doesn’t work as well as this saw, I was shocked. Great for cutting down volunteer trees and un-needed branches on large trees. The saw blade is pretty long so the blade feels like you could bend it easily if you get lazy while cutting, just be careful and I expect it will last a long time.

Good value

One person found this helpful.
 on April 3, 2017
By J. L. Bartlett
I am going into my second year using these pruners. It cuts like butter so far. I like the curved blade and it feels nice in my hand. It is a great value for the price. I was worried it would be to small but it is just the right size. If it were any longer it would be difficult for me to use. It will cut small to medium large branches.

making it easy to carry along with pruning sheers

One person found this helpful.
 on April 10, 2017
By Amazon Customer
Even though this is a folding saw, making it easy to carry along with pruning sheers, it is nevertheless much easier to use than any of the multitude other designs I’ve used in the past. This is partly due to the very high quality of the blade, which is well set for green wood (surprising how many aren’t), and very sharp.

Get this saw!

One person found this helpful.
 on May 19, 2017
By Daniel Dear
This saw is the real deal. Wear gloves and keep away from kids and adults. Cuts branches, even thick branches, like butter. I also used the Fiskars 14 foot pole for the tall limbs and it was great. It will save you hours of time. BOTH ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Works! Folds Easily

 on August 17, 2017
By Melissa Patterson
Purchased the folding saw to carry on my horse. Fits on my saddle and easily unfolds for use. Cuts nicely. I’ve used the saw three times and cut through around 3 inch branches with just a little elbow grease. If I didn’t need to fit the saw on my saddle, I would have not purchased a folding saw, but I have no regrets.

Use It Professionally. Only minor flaw I have…

166 people found this helpful.
 on September 4, 2011
By Some Guy
I have 2 10″ folding saws & 1 12″, that I use daily as an ISA certified arborist. Handy stash in my side pocket, when I’m wearing my saddle; always opens easily & locks securely for me; stays sharp long; GREAT prices here on Amazon.